SkyrimCraft Mod for Minecraft 1.6.4/1.7.2/1.7.4/1.7.5

If you haven’t played The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim yet, then you’re missing out on one of the most immersive RPG experiences in recent years. SkyrimCraft looks to bring some of that magic to the Minecraft world.

What is SkyrimCraft Mod for Minecraft 1.6.4/1.7.2/1.7.4/1.7.5?

SkyrimCraft is a complete overhaul of the Minecraft experience. The first thing you’ll notice about the mod is that it has changed the Minecraft UI to mimic Skyrim’s menu system. Many of Skyrim’s most popular items have also been added, and you can craft anything from an iron dagger to a sweet roll.

New types of blocks, including ebony, moonstone, Corundrum, and Orichalcum ores have also been added into the game.

Cool new mobs, like zombies, draugrs, dremoras, and frostbite spiders, also enhance SkyrimCraft’s authenticity. There’s even a shopkeeper that wanders around, and you can sell stuff to him in exchange for gold nuggets (which is the main currency in SkyrimCraft). All SkyrimCraft mobs drop gold nuggets.

To make the mod even cooler, shouts have been added. There’s the most popular Fus Roh Dah shut, as well as Strun Bah Qo, Iiss Slen Nus, and Do Raan Mir Tah.

Of course, what would a Skyrim mod be without dragons? SkyrimCraft 1.6 features both ancient dragons and frost dragons, and they’re both absolutely epic to fight. You can also fight giants or defend your land using ancient forts. Of course, to authentically replicate the Skyrim experience, you might want to spawn in a winter-themed biome.

The changes in SkyrimCraft will be immediately noticeable from the moment you step into the game. From the redesigned menu system to the new mobs and items, the team behind SkyrimCraft have invested a lot of time into this conversion mod.

If you’ve ever wanted to deck out your Minecraft character in Daedric armor and strap on Dawnbreaker to fight some creepers, then SkyrimCraft 1.6 is the perfect mod for you.

How to Install SkyrimCraft Mod for Minecraft 1.6.4/1.7.2/1.7.4/1.7.5

Before installing SkyrimCraft, make sure you have the latest version of ModLoader installed.

1) Download SkyrimCraft 1.6 here

2) Seach for %appdata% using the Windows search bar and open .minecraft/bin

3) Open Minecraft.jar with WinRAR or 7Zip

4) Delete META-INF files

5) Drag in SkyrimCraft files from ModLoader

6) Test and run Minecraft

7) Drag and drop the files from ModLoader into Minecraft.jar

8) Play

If you’re having trouble installing SkyrimCraft 1.2.5, follow this installation guide from the lead programmer for the mod:

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